Women of Excellence

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The Women of Excellence award is given on an annual basis by the MOA to recognize a female osteopathic physician who has provided exemplary leadership in the field of medicine. 

Qualifications: 
Female osteopathic physician who is a current member of the MOA and exhibits leadership for the profession or the advancement of women in the field of medicine. 

Application Process: 
She may nominate herself or be nominated by another osteopathic physician of the MOA in the form of a letter of nomination describing why she believes she qualifies for the award. A current CV is also required.

Nominations Deadline: March 5, 2023

Submit Nomination for 2023 Women of Excellence

Presentation of the 7th Annual Woman of Excellence Award

The 2022 Women of Excellence reception took place following the Leadership Seminar Series in the Algonquin room at the 123rd Annual Spring Scientific Convention. The reception featured dessert and wine, with a program that included the presentation of the 7th Annual Women of Excellence award.

The Women of Excellence award is given on an annual basis by the MOA to recognize a female osteopathic physician who has provided exemplary leadership in the field of medicine.


Women of Excellence 2022

Congratulations to Mary G. Goldman, DO, for earning the title of the 2022 Women of Excellence! The MOA is pleased to present her with this well deserving award. Dr. Goldman obtained her medical degree from the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine.  Dr. Goldman has been actively involved with the MOA since 1982. She also received Life Professional membership this year.

Dr. Goldman is a Family Practitioner who specializes in OMM, she is an Instructor in the Department of Education at Ascension Genesys Regional Medical Center, and continues to be a pillar of the community paving the way for female physicians. 

The MOA wishes Dr. Goldman the best of luck as she continues her career.

Women of Excellence 2022

Past Award Recipients:
2022: Mary G. Goldman, DO (center)

2021: Mary Jo Voelpel, DO, FACOI, FACNM (far left)

2020: Kari Hortos, DO (not pictured)

2019: Kathleen Rollinger, DO (far right)

2018: Myral Robbins, DO, FAAFP, FACOFP (left of center)

2017: Carol Monson, DO (right of center)

2016: Dorothy Carnegie, DO (not pictured)